Three big fossil fuel companies are Scotland’s worst climate polluters, with some carbon emissions rising to record levels.
Scotland’s vital infrastructure is under threat from coastal erosion and flooding, according to official assessments of climate pollution.
Scottish local authorities are investing £1.7 billion in 52 fossil fuel companies blamed for causing climate chaos.
Plans to set fire to coal under the seabed at 19 sites around the UK could cause massive climate pollution, groundwater contamination and toxic waste.
Tens of thousands of seabirds on the Scottish islands of St Kilda have starved to death because of food shortages caused by global warming.
Some of the most expensive Scottish peers have claimed thousands of pounds for 'excessive' air travel between Scotland and London whilst campaigning on climate change.
Pension funds of 500,000 public sector workers in Scotland invest £1.7 billion in fossil fuel firms, exposing them to financial risk.